Butterflies For Food and Profit
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Complete Butterfly Kit

Item #: 94327

$129.99
Butterflies For Food and Profit Last year, during a expedition to inner most Africa, Jeffrey Gornstein, founder of Comfort House® discovered a new, unknown species of mammoth butterfly that has since been named Lepidopterist Comforteous. This species grows to a body length of almost two feet in only 60 days. Their wing span is almost 5 feet!

These docile creatures require almost no care and thrive on a diet of grass clippings, oak leaves and fresh water.

Each butterfly will provide up to 6 pounds of steak fillets which sell for $19.95 per pound, a soft leather-like hide which make perfect gloves or small purses, and 6 antennae that make excellent fresh water fishing lures.

Butterfly fillets have a texture and taste similar to chicken breast but also are high in antioxidants, have 1% fat, and are virtually cholesterol free.

Our complete kit consists of 50 immature butterflies which will allow you to nurture a self sustaining colony after 90 days, a 20' octagonal butterfly net enclosure, feed and water trays, and our book Growing Butterflies for Fun and Profit.

If you act within the next 24 hours, we'll also include our latest manual on butterfly harvesting with instructions and pictures on filleting, skinning, and more than 30 proven recipes for preparing butterfly meals. In addition, you will also receive a copy of a new leaflet, now at the printers, entitled Mounting Butterfly Wings for Wall Decorations.

This is not a real item. It was our 2013 April Fool's Joke.

Butterflies For Food and Profit
Item #: 94327

$129.99
 

Product Reviews

  Delicious, March 29, 2013
Posted By: Sam   Location: Worcester, MA   How often do you shop at Comfort House: occasionally
The steaks are incredibly delicious. Thank you for introducing us to Lepidopterist Comforteous.
  Fun to watch, March 29, 2013
Posted By: Laura   Location: El Paso, TX   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
The neighborhood children love watching my giant butterflies. They are the talk of my street.
  A Great New Fabric, March 29, 2013
Posted By: Ginny   Location: Roswell, New Mexico   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
I bought several kits and made a lovely butterfly leather iPad case. My next task is to make a jacket.


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